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Clinical and therapeutic aspects of systemic ca...
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Clinical and therapeutic aspects of systemic candidiasis ab 48.99 € als Taschenbuch: study of 60 cases in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medizin,

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Clinical and therapeutic aspects of systemic ca...
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Clinical and therapeutic aspects of systemic candidiasis ab 48.99 EURO study of 60 cases in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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The therapeutic activity of skin mucus from Mon...
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Asian swamp eel is a freshwater eel covered with a thick layer of mucus. The aim of this study is to evaluate the therapeutic activity of eel skin mucus in-vivo. For in-vivo study, a topical gel delivery system used from eel skin mucus formulated gel to apply into the infected rat skins. Sprague Dawley rats were divided into normal, positive control, negative control, and treated groups. The infections were introduced to the rats by intracutaneous injections of pathogenic bacteria and fungi. The development of impetigo, tinea capitis and cutaneous candidiasis in the animal model was confirmed based on the clinical and histological observations. Following that, the infected rats were treated topically with the formulated gel from eel mucus extract. The histological analysis of the skin tissues which treated with the formulated gel was shown a complete recovery in the skin tissues at a similar rate as the control antibiotic groups. In conclusion, the present study revealed that eel skin mucus formulated gel efficient therapeutic candidate in treating skin infections which can be considered as a novel discovery as a natural alternative treatment for certain skin diseases.

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Clinical and therapeutic aspects of systemic ca...
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The aim of this study was to describe the clinical, etiological and therapeutic aspects of systemic candidiasis in 60 infants hospitalized in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), during a 10-year period. An observational study was carried out during the period from 1994 to 2003. In this decade there were 3219 admissions to the NICU. Sixty newborns (1.8% of cases) developed systemic candidiasis, observing the wide variation of 0.8% in 1995 to 5.2% in 2002. Candida species identified were C.albicans (83.3%), C. tropicalis (6.7%), C.parapsilosis (5%) and C.glabrata (1.7%). Low birth weight occurred in 63.3% of the newborns, with 50% of them weighing 1500 g and, among those, 23.3% weighed 1000g. Signs and symptoms most frequently observed at the time of suspicion of systemic candidiasis were respiratory abnormalities, abnormal temperature (hypothermia and hyperthermia), lethargy, hepatomegaly and splenomegaly. Multisystemic complications were frequent and severe, with high mortality (33.3%), significantly associated with the occurrence of pneumonia or thrombocytopenia.

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Photodynamic Therapy In Periodontics
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Microbial biofilms in the oral cavity are involved in the etiology of various oral conditions, including caries, periodontal and endodontic diseases, oral malodor, denture stomatitis, candidiasis and dental implant failures. It is generally recognized that the growth of bacteria in biofilms imparts a substantial decrease in susceptibility to antimicrobial agents compared with cultures grown in suspension . It is therefore not surprising that bacteria growing in dental plaque, a naturally occurring biofilm , display increased resistance to antimicrobial agents. Current treatment techniques involve either periodic mechanical disruption of oral microbial biofilms or maintaining therapeutic concentrations of antimicrobials in the oral cavity, both of which are fraught with limitations. The development of alternative antibacterial therapeutic strategies therefore becomes important in the evolution of methods to control microbial growth in the oral cavity

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses brings together globally-recognized mycoses experts to guide readers in the use of current knowledge in the field of medical mycology to manage those who suffer from fungal infections (mycoses). Often, diagnostic strategies and tests, including basic and directed culturing techniques, histopathology with standard and special stains, serological methods, and radiological studies all need to be considered and commonly combined to make the diagnosis of fungal infection. This volume first introduces and reviews these tools separately and then as they pertain to specific infections or groups of diseases. The volume consists of four parts. Parts I-III provide an overview of diagnostic and therapeutic tools, and part IV presents the human mycoses. Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses is meant to be a concise text that will provide the busy infectious disease, hematology-oncology, pulmonology, or critical care specialist a practical tool to diagnose and manage fungal infections. In addition, the depth of the material in the text will provide these and other medical specialists and trainees an excellent reference and learning resource. TOC:Approach to Patients with Suspected Fungal Infections.- Basic Mycology.- Diagnostic Histopathology.- Diagnostic Immunology.- Diagnostic Radiology.- Antifungal Agents.- Candidiasis.- Infection due to non-Candidal Yeasts.- Aspergillosis.- Hyalohyphomycosis - Infection due to Hyaline Moulds.- Phaeohyphomycosis - Infection due to Dark (Dematiaceous) Moulds.- Zygomycosis (Mucormycosis).- Pneumocystosis.- Cryptococcosis.- Blastomycosis.- Coccidioidomycosis.- Histoplasmosis.- Paracoccidioidomycosis.- Sporotrichosis.- Dermatophytosis (Tinea) and other Superficial Fungal Infection.- Subcutaneous Fungal Infection (Chromoblastomycosis, Mycetoma, and Lobomycosis).

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses brings together globally-recognized mycoses experts to guide readers in the use of current knowledge in the field of medical mycology to manage those who suffer from fungal infections (mycoses). Often, diagnostic strategies and tests, including basic and directed culturing techniques, histopathology with standard and special stains, serological methods, and radiological studies all need to be considered and commonly combined to make the diagnosis of fungal infection. This volume first introduces and reviews these tools separately and then as they pertain to specific infections or groups of diseases. The volume consists of four parts. Parts I-III provide an overview of diagnostic and therapeutic tools, and part IV presents the human mycoses. Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses is meant to be a concise text that will provide the busy infectious disease, hematology-oncology, pulmonology, or critical care specialist a practical tool to diagnose and manage fungal infections. In addition, the depth of the material in the text will provide these and other medical specialists and trainees an excellent reference and learning resource. TOC:Approach to Patients with Suspected Fungal Infections.- Basic Mycology.- Diagnostic Histopathology.- Diagnostic Immunology.- Diagnostic Radiology.- Antifungal Agents.- Candidiasis.- Infection due to non-Candidal Yeasts.- Aspergillosis.- Hyalohyphomycosis - Infection due to Hyaline Moulds.- Phaeohyphomycosis - Infection due to Dark (Dematiaceous) Moulds.- Zygomycosis (Mucormycosis).- Pneumocystosis.- Cryptococcosis.- Blastomycosis.- Coccidioidomycosis.- Histoplasmosis.- Paracoccidioidomycosis.- Sporotrichosis.- Dermatophytosis (Tinea) and other Superficial Fungal Infection.- Subcutaneous Fungal Infection (Chromoblastomycosis, Mycetoma, and Lobomycosis).

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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